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      02-01-2013, 02:58 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by dmw16 View Post
As opposed to removing the shock? Or you mean to snug it all up before getting a real alignment?

Not sure what you mean about removing the shock? Most camber plates you do not need to remover anything to adjust camber. Just loosen the nuts (like in the picture below) at the top so the camber plate can 'slide' and set it where you want to, tighten nuts and you are good to go